For Kyle Armstrong, halfway just won’t do. His desire to go all in was what led him to the University of Utah Coding Boot Camp. And it’s still powering him today as a front-end developer. But Kyle’s coding journey started...
In almost 20 years in web development, Sarah Cullen never worked directly with more than one other female developer at a time. “There just are not enough of us out there,” she said. Sarah’s experience isn’t unique. The gap...
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Not many people have the courage or drive to uproot their lives and relocate 6,000 miles...for a dream. But Aboozar Mojdeh is not most people. Inspired by instinct alone, Aboozar jumped into the unknown—and into the University of Toronto Coding...
“I definitely have really bad imposter syndrome,” Donovan Lowkeen admitted. What he doesn’t say speaks louder: this one-time district manager abandoned his familiar, comfortable retail job for a position that challenges him daily—a full stack web developer at a financial...
Navy veteran Daniel Smith was stuck. Working as a school bus driver, he felt like his career was at a red light. “I wanted to find a career that I enjoyed while giving me a good paycheck, not just a...
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Faced with the stressful decision that all high school seniors encounter, Caleb Martinez made a choice that would put him on an exciting path. At 18, Caleb used his passion for code to become the youngest teaching assistant in Trilogy...
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